Film: Peninsula Arts Film Commission Premiere

Chris Bailey - Winner of the 2018 Peninsula Arts Film Commission

  • Jill Craigie Cinema, Roland Levinsky Building

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As part of Plymouth Art Weekender, The Arts Institute will be screening work by Richard Broomhall, winner of the Peninsula Arts Film Commission 2018 and by Chris Bailey and Ieuan Jones, recipients of the Peninsula Arts Film Commission 2018 Prize.

Richard Broomhall is an artist who works with film, installation and photography. He begins with coastal locations where subsea fibre optics make landfall, exploring how the infrastructure of fibre optic networks inscribe and intertwine the politics of corporate and national power into landscapes and citizens’ bodies. The work constitutes an ongoing study of the politics of light and the seemingly indelible electronic shadows they cast across the dreams of the human race

Bailey and Jones' film, 'Of Monsters', is a history in four movements. It takes the form of a series of news items made for an audience in an unknown post-revolutionary future. 'Of Monsters' is a satire that provokes discussion on nostalgia, reactionary narratives that have come about recently in both the US and the UK, the appropriation of history and FAKE NEWS.

 
Date: Saturday 29 September
Time: 18:00
Venue: Jill Craigie Cinema, Roland Levinksy Building
Free admission

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Peninsula Arts Film Commission 2018 announces winning artists and curators

Richard Broomhall, Chris Bailey and Ieuan Jones have been given the opportunity to portray their take on our changing understanding of history on film, after being selected from a range of regional and national entries as winners of the 2018 Peninsula Arts Film Commission.

Peninsula Arts Film Commission Prize 2018 winner Richard Broomhall.

“We have never been more surrounded by images and they have never been less reliable. How many truths can fiction tell? How many faces can one person wear?"

Peninsula Arts Film Commission Prize winner Richard Broomhall.

Still from Diviner by Frances Scott, winner of the 2017 Film Commission Prize. Archive footage courtesy of the South West Film and Television Archive.

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